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Thursday, 22 May 2014 19:13

D-Waste supports be Waste Wise dialogue on “waste, public health and quality of life

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D-Waste is the Organizing Partner of the month-long dialogue on public health and quality of life as frameworks for waste management in May-June, 2014.

In the context of "The 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste ", D-Waste supports be Waste Wise as the Organizing Partner for the “Waste, Public Health Quality of Life” theme.

be Waste Wise is a new initiative connecting broader public with some of the world's best waste management experts, thought leaders and practitioners to bridge the waste solutions expertise gap worldwide. The idea is to conduct online video panels with experts from across the waste spectrum using Google+ Hangouts, broadcast them live, and then publish content for ready use by decision makers, policy analysts, experts and advocates.

In May and June, 2014, four live online panel discussions will be organized as part of the Public Health Quality of Life theme under the 2014 Global Dialogue on Waste. Panels will be including some of the leading thinkers on waste, public health and quality of life, we will explore short, medium and long term solutions to waste management for public health and quality of life using examples from selected locations around the world.

Panel discussions will focus on the following four topics:

   1. Waste collection systems in the developing world.

   2. Drivers and Barriers to Waste Management in the Developing World

   3. Short-lived climate pollutants: Public health and Climate change.

   4. Relevance of landfills and need for international financing

D-Waste invites you to join the panels, hear about and share your own experience on improving public health and quality of life by improving waste management.

Maria Tsakona, D-Waste's Product Manager and Curator of this theme, contributed on the structure of the panels and suggested appropriate panelists for each topic.
For more information please click here or contact us directly: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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